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T-Mobile announces HTC Amaze 4G, Samsung Galaxy S II and Sonic 4G Mobile Hotspot

Moments ago, T-Mobile took the wraps off three new devices. The newly introduced HTC Amaze 4G (pictured above) and Samsung Galaxy S II are the first smartphones, T-Mobile tells us, that will take advantage of the carrier’s blazing fast HSPA+ network with 42Mbps speeds. The Amaze 4G features a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, an 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording, a rear illuminated sensor for night shots, a 4.3-inch qHD Super LCD screen, NFC support and the Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread OS. Hit the break for more.

T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S II (pictured above) packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 1.5GHz dual-core chip, a 4.52-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, NFC and Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread. T-Mobile also introduced a brand new portable mobile broadband access point dubbed the Sonic 4G Mobile HotSpot (pictured below), which harnesses all 42 theoretical megabits-per-second and serves them up to you over Wi-Fi with support for up to five devices. The Huawei-manufactured device features an OLED external display in addition to an SD card slot for file sharing.

The HTC Amaze 4G and Samsung Galaxy S II are slated to become available online on October 10th and in stores on October 12th for $259.99 after $50 mail-in-rebate and $229.99 after $50 mail-in-rebate, respectively. The Sonic 4G hotspot will also be launch in October.

Jonathan Geller founded Boy Genius Report, now known as BGR, in 2006. It became the biggest mobile news destination in the world by the end of 2009, and BGR was acquired by leading digital media company PMC in April 2010.

Jonathan is President of the newly formed BGR Media, LLC., and Editor-in-chief of the BGR website.

What started as a side project at the age of 16, quickly transpired into 24-hour days and nights of sharing exclusive and breaking news about the mobile communications industry. BGR now reaches up to 100 million readers a month through the website, syndication partners, and additional channels.